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By Koen Naber, Victoria Lei, Victoria Notebaert
Starting a panel proceeding appears to be a good way to enforce your IP rights in China.
By Robin Tabbers, Maarten Roos
The article provides a comparison between different sales channels into China presently available to foreign companies.
By Robin Tabbers
In this article, the most important points with regards to PRC labor law compliance for foreign companies are examined.
By Maarten Roos
This new tariff reduction will significantly reduce the cost of selling certain imported goods to Chinese consumers.
By Robin Tabbers, Chen Yun
Companies are still highly recommended to have relevant dispute resolution clauses in their Chinese business contracts.
By Yang Limeng, Robin Tabbers
The article explores how to establish a franchise in China and highlights important considerations unique to the market.
By Rogier Van Bijnen
The founder of the target company freely admitted that he had faked a signature to get the documents through.
By Victoria Lei
Foreign companies should take immediate steps to protect their trademarks and other important intellectual property.
By Koen Naber, Nicholas Caraco
We compare the trademark applications process in China and registrations in the context of international trademarks.
By Maarten Roos
If another has registered the trademark, the foreign brand owner may face a number of challenges when selling in China.
By Simon Robertson
For foreign investors and businesses, due diligence is more important in a slowing China economy than ever before.
By Maarten Roos, Michael Wilder
With news of imminent mass layoffs in China, knowledge of redundancy and restructuring options by HR managers is crucial.
By Robin Tabbers, Michael Wilder
Despite government IP advancements, challenges still exist for foreign businesses with commercial activities in China.
By Maarten Roos, Robin Tabbers
Many international companies are considering options such as establishing their manufacturing or trading entity in China.
By Simon Robertson
For foreign investors, these tax changes will bring both bottom-line benefits and greater consistency to their operations.